IT management

Change in IT projects

Can we do better?

Join our seminar to discuss the latest research results from IT projects and business implementation, get inspiration on change management and digital transformation and share experience and best practice with others.

  • February 2018 9
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    Free of charge
    Implement Consulting Group Kungsbron 2 Stockholm

Are you the sponsor of a business-critical transformation project? Responsible for the benefits realisation? Or a steering group member? Whether you are part of the business or IT organisation, successful business implementation of IT projects may be a challenge for you – as for many other organisations.

University of Oxford and Implement Consulting Group are conducting a joint research study on change management in IT projects. The objective of the research is to substantiate and qualify some of the many statements and opinions about what works and what does not work in relation to the organisational implementation of IT projects. We are collecting data from more than 200 IT projects internationally to ensure a thorough data-based perspective, adding to the many discussions of experience and cases.

The research results so far indicate that the level of active ownership and involvement from the top management is very low, while at the same time the distance between the project and the end user community is quite large. This creates a reality, where the project is caught in the middle. What does that mean in practice, and what are the best ways to deal with it?

Join our seminar to get inspiration, discuss and share experience with others. To have most impact for your organisation, consider if there should be representatives from both the IT and business organisation.

  • Practical information


    Friday February 9 2018 from 09:00 am to 11:00 am. 

    breakfast is served at 08:30.


    Implement Consulting Group, Kungsbron 2, Stockholm, Sweden.


    Free of charge.


    For more information about the event, please contact:

    Marlene Roos,, +46 734 413 611 


    Alexander Budzier